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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Southeastern Virginia, Eastern Shore break chilly records

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — After a snowy weekend, southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore broke some chilly records overnight.

The National Weather Service in Wakefield, Virginia, says temperatures in many inland locations dropped to zero or below on Monday morning, but the lowest reading in the area was -8 degrees in Petersburg, Virginia.

Salisbury, Maryland, and Richmond, Virginia, both broke records for low temperatures for the date with 0 degrees on Monday. Salisbury’s previous record low of 1 degree was set in 1916. Richmond broke the record low set in 1940 for the day of 1 degree.



Anonymous said...

69 days until the 1st day of spring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

A refrigerator will never break down when it's that cold outside.

Anonymous said...

And the EPA wants to ban wood stoves. Imagine your electric going out like pittsville and have no heat. Wood stove would come in handy. No wood? Burn all the free papers in your driveway.

Anonymous said...

Funny watching the idiot rednecks spinning there wheels on there little girly trucks.

Anonymous said...

Funny watching the idiot making fun of "idiot rednecks" but the idiot doesn't know the proper form of "their" to use in his sentence.